The tree of Ténéré, Niger, was the loneliest tree in the desert, which survived many centuries, serving as a landmark for the caravan routes. Sadly, the tree was destroyed by a drunk driver in…
Kitum cave was full of mysteries since the old days - first thought to be the place of the ancient Egyptian mining, then a place of mysterious animal disappearances, and now an evil virus spreader.
Krubera-Voronya, or the Raven cave in Abkhazia is the deepest cave on Earth, parts of which still remain unexplored and might go even deeper. Next to the cave there is the shortest river on earth,…
Cricova wine cellars in Moldova are the biggest natural wine storage in the world - the visitors can enjoy tasting various wines and marvel at the underground themed wine-tasting complexes.
Trovants of Costesti might as well be an unknown inorganic form of life - these rocks grow when exposed to water, and multiply similarly to an unicellular organism.
Boina and Garbes fumarole gas-emitting fields are so loud - one can hear the hissing from far away. This primordial landscape was the filming location of the first Planet of the Apes movie.
The Glistening Waters in Jamaica is a lagoon full of bioluminescent microorganisms - they light up when the waters are disturbed. Bathing in the lagoon at night is a truly unforgettable experience.